Studio Apartments for Rent in New York City

Apartment renters looking for studios will find that they’re in no short supply in Manhattan. For those of you who don’t want roommates but also don’t want to pay high rents, studios are the way to go. Studio apartments naturally appeal to younger, first-time renters looking to get a foothold in Manhattan, but they’re certainly versatile enough to accommodate anyone, because many are large enough to fit you and lots of your stuff. (even if you’ve got a lot of stuff.) Finding a studio won’t limit your apartment search by geography either, because they can easily be found in any Manhattan neighborhood. We highly recommend scrolling through our listings to find the studio that’s right for you in the neighborhood of your choosing.

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775 Columbus Avenue 775 Columbus Avenue

775 Columbus Avenue, Upper West Side

With views of Central Park, Riverside Park, Columbia University and Lincoln Square surrounding the building, the luxury rental apartments available at 775 Columbus Avenue are not to be missed. With shopping and nightlife venues just blocks away, 775 Columbus Avenue is simply a great place to live at.

from $3,950/mo

The Continental The Continental

885 Sixth Avenue, Chelsea

The Continental Building - 885 Sixth Avenue apartments for rent

The apartments for rent at the Continental at 885 Sixth Avenue in Chelsea are impressive in their own right, but it’s the stunning suite of amenities that will truly awe you: the Continental Club and Spa, the fitness center and the landscaped terraces are privileges that have yet to find a match anywhere else in the city.

from $3,200/mo
from $4,050/mo
from $7,200/mo
from $8,750/mo

15 Broad Street 15 Broad Street

15 Broad Street, Financial District

15 Broad Street Building – Financial District Apartments for rent

As one of the Financial District’s many converted office buildings, 15 Broad Street is the former headquarters of JP Morgan, now offering 382 apartments for rent. In addition to being located in one of Manhattan’s most historic neighborhoods, the building allows residents to access numerous downtown subway lines.

from $3,500/mo
from $4,400/mo
from $7,500/mo

Ivy Tower Ivy Tower

350 West 43rd Street, Clinton

Ivy Tower Building – 350 West 43rd Street apartments for rent

Ivy Tower, located by the landmarks of Times Square and the Theater District, features luxury rentals in Manhattan’s Clinton neighborhood. Apartments feature top-of-the-line fixtures along with stunning views of Midtown. With a conference center and a resident lounge, the Ivy Tower features great ease of living.

from $3,000/mo
from $3,400/mo
from $5,200/mo

371 Madison Street 371 Madison Street

371 Madison Street, Lower East Side

Rentals at 371 Madison Street

371 Madison Street is a conversion that boasts a high standard of amenities in a neighborhood known for its creatives and trendsetting atmosphere.

from $2,800/mo

4 Park Avenue 4 Park Avenue

4 Park Avenue, Murray Hill

4 Park Avenue Building - Murray Hill apartments for rent

As a high-rise apartment building in Manhattan’s Murray Hill, 4 Park Avenue boasts 364 luxury rentals in one of the city’s most quaint neighborhoods. Along with a highly sought-after Park Avenue address, residents can take advantage of 24-hour concierge services, on-site laundry, and a private parking garage.

from $2,150/mo
from $2,700/mo

The Clermont The Clermont

444 East 82nd Street, Upper East Side

The Clermont Tower - Upper East Side Apartment Rentals

The 34-story Clermont Tower looks over the Upper East neighborhood that it is also a part of; nearby notable Manhattan landmarks like the Carl Schulz Park and the Gracie Mansion. All apartments are open and airy, with lots of light streaming in through the large windows, which also offer spectacular city and river views.

from $2,400/mo
from $3,200/mo
from $4,600/mo
from $6,500/mo

90 West Street 90 West Street

90 West Street, Financial District

90 West Street Building - Financial District apartments for rent

As a pre-war luxury rental, 90 West Street features an architectural style of Manhattan’s past. This Financial District rental has since been restored for the demands of modern living. With a garden courtyard, a gym, and a private garage, 90 West Street flawlessly combines past and present in its listings.

from $2,350/mo
from $2,700/mo

The Archive The Archive

666 Greenwich Street, West Village

The Archive Building - 666 Greenwich Street apartments for rent

The Archive, the luxury rental apartment building at 666 Greenwich Street in the West Village, has a number of pre-war characteristics in the apartments it offers for rent. But these homes are also up to date on modern trends, designs and luxuries, thereby making them among the most desirable rentals in Manhattan today.

from $4,700/mo
from $6,400/mo
from $6,400/mo

110-114 Horatio Street 110-114 Horatio Street

110-114 Horatio Street, Greenwich Village

110-114 Horatio Street - Greenwich Village Rentals

The West Coast at 110-114 Horatio Street is a great luxury rental for those looking to live in a bohemian neighborhood and enjoy excellent river views. The West Coast dates back to the year 1900 when it was an industrial space, but after extensive renovations it has been fully modernized and currently stands as one of the best prewar rentals in downtown Manhattan.

from $3,250/mo